Saba advises clients including major financial services institutions and investment concerns, global manufacturing firms, Fortune 500 companies, and others on corporate and partnership taxation matters, as well as the tax aspects of complex business transactions. Clients turn to Saba to handle the tax-related issues involved in domestic and international mergers; acquisitions and spin-offs; recapitalizations; leveraged buyouts; going-private transactions; joint ventures; fund formations; private equity investments; debt restructurings and loan workouts; and securitizations. She also advises clients on the tax aspects of REITs and investments in real estate.
Saba offers particular experience in structuring various business relationships that are subject to federal partnership tax rules, including complex partnership allocations, basis, losses, and other issues. She also has experience dealing with the IRS and state tax agencies during state and federal audits.
Saba is ranked by Chambers USA as a top tax lawyer in Pennsylvania.